Higher expectations lead to improved performance.
The highest performing companies—and people—are typically those with the highest internal expectations.
Want to achieve more?
Start with your expectations.
We have high expectations.
We expect to be safe. We teach you to perform your duties safely. We alert you to the risks inherent in our operations. We are committed to correcting unsafe conditions immediately.
We expect to be productive. We strive to enable our equipment and systems to operate efficiently and effectively, every day. When observers see our work, they admire our pace and effort.
We expect to deliver the quality our customers require. Every one of us is performing a service or producing a product that a customer needs. We hope that our customers will receive our efforts with satisfaction and appreciation for a job well done.
We expect good teamwork. We don’t work in silos. We work in teams. That requires cooperation. It requires consideration. It requires communication.
Expectations define us. I’m glad we shoot high.